So Wales is not as bad as we assumed and Scotland is not as reliable as they would like. After opening weekend’s fortunate conflicting, the pair staged a thriller, the kind of edgy, defective, dramatic event that the champ could be proud of. Dan Biggar stepped up into his 100th game as his injured knee allowed and made a drop with 10 minutes to go to prove the win. Six Nations 2022 Fans can buy Six Nations Tickets from our website.

Dan Biggar stepped up into his 100th game as his injured knee allowed
Dan Biggar stepped up into his 100th game as his injured knee allowed

He did, and his opponent Finn Russell was a Scottish talisman, just as Biggar was a Welsh talisman, and was imprisoned after what was believed to be a deliberate knock-on the Guilty Box. Scotland played most of the game in their usual combination of brio and class and have since fallen sharply. The last 10 minutes left them haunted and error-prone, and Wales got even bigger.

Unfortunately, there has to be a loser. Scotland felt those familiar pains again, which seemed even more familiar after the dizzying victory. But regardless of the level of personal fate, this proves the modest vitality of the six Nations.

Bookmakers have rated the game better than commonly believed. Formally, there should only be one team in it – and it’s not the red team. So get used to beating the blue team here. Scotland won on their last visit to Wales, but due to Covid in an empty stadium in Llanelli. However, in Cardiff, Wales tend to play like a different beast, regardless of the staff. As such, Scotland’s rankings are a close favourite.

The virus did not complete the program completely. Roofs must remain open for cleaner air and a greater chance of rain affecting the game. It may be better suited to Scotland, with their muscular and efficient squad, but if the opening game has anything to offer, neither side will suffer from those elements.

Wales tend to play like a different beast, regardless of the staff
Wales tend to play like a different beast, regardless of the staff

Matt Fagerson and Stuart McInally led Scotland’s early attack. Deep in Wales’ number 22, Liam Williams stole the ball, Wales went, and Owen Watkins pretended and stepped deep into Scottish territory. Stuart Hogg was lucky not to be penalized for the deliberate knocking. But Wales were awarded a penalty anyway, with Biggar opening the keeping score in the fifth minute. Minutes later, Sam Skinner reflexed another after being fixed on the wrong side of the challenge.

But class in Scotland today isn’t as delicate as it used to be. They responded with their first attempt of the game, with one winger Duhan van der Merwe busting the left and another winger scoring on the right after 18 stages. Russell’s pass to Darcy Graham was excellent and Graham’s finish was great for a bigger man. Russell missed the transition, but two penalties from his boot gave Scotland a five-point lead at the end of the first period.

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